A Tree Node is a specialised view of an Account. It provides a recursive and individual balance for an Account. You will never interact with Tree Nodes' directly, instead you will receive lists of Tree Nodes as components of requests for Trees, Positions, and Performances.
Tree Nodes are recursive objects that may contain other Tree Nodes, depending on whether the Account in question has any children.
Trees, Positions, and Performances describe entire Entities. The User from whose perspective you retrieve a Tree, Position, or Performance may not have read access to every Account in the Entity. In such cases, Tree Nodes describing Accounts to which a User does not have read access will be returned with null in their balance fields, and a generic Type in place of the actual Account name.
The Tree Node Object
The Amatino API returns Tree Node objects with the following structure
|description||Integer identifier of the Account this Tree Node describes|
|description||The number of levels into the hierarchy this account sits. Top level accounts are 1.|
|description||The magnitude of the balance of the described Account, or null if the retrieving User lacks read privileges.|
|description||The name of the Account this Tree Node describes, or the Type name if the retrieving User lacks read privileges.|
|type||JSON String or JSON Null|
|description||The magnitude of the recursive balance of the described Account, or null if the retrieving User lacks read privileges.|
|description||The id of the Type of the Account this Tree Node describes|
|list objects||Tree Node|
|example||See Tree Nodes|
|description||A list of Tree Node objects for each child of the Account this Tree Node describes|